The chloroplast functions in _____.
(a) lipid storage
(b) protein synthesis
(d) DNA replication.
Have you ever wondered why plants are green? They contain a green pigment called chlorophyll that gives them this color. Chlorophyll is located inside organelles called chloroplasts.
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The correct answer is (c) photosynthesis. Photosynthesis is a metabolic process that plants use to produce energy from sunlight. It is carried out by...
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What is a chloroplast? What does the chloroplast do? Read about chloroplast function, the parts of chloroplasts, and the chloroplast structure. See a chloroplast diagram.